What does it mean if a show is AT RUSH?
A show is AT RUSH when all advance tickets have sold out. In the Little Roxie, we no longer sell tickets At Rush unless there are no future screenings for said show.
Rush lines are common for sold out events at almost any venue. At the Roxie, Rush Lines open for formation outside the venue 30 minutes before the sold out screening is scheduled to begin. Come showtime, once all ticket holders are seated, any empty seats will be sold to those in the rush line on a first-come, first-served basis. We offer one ticket per person waiting in line at the time of rush line admission — one person cannot buy multiple tickets! Standing in the rush line does not guarantee you a seat. Ticket holders cannot save seats for folks who are waiting in the rush line.
Check event pages for availability, and always get your tickets early to ensure you have a spot!